PVM Faculty-Led Exchange Program: International One Health Leadership Training Program

PVM Faculty-Led Exchange Program: International One Health Leadership Training Program

The One Health Leadership Training Program is a 3-week program led by Dr. Audrey Ruple. This unique training opportunity is an initiative developed through partnerships with the Royal Veterinary College (London, England) and the University of Pretoria (Pretoria, South Africa). The University of Pretoria has constructed a field-based platform, the Hans Hoheisen Wildlife Research Station, located next to the Orpen Gate at Kruger National Park. This platform provides both research facilities and accommodation for researchers affiliated with projects in the park or the adjacent Mnisi community. This location is exceptionally positioned to help students understand the interface between livestock, wildlife, companion animals, humans, and the natural environment. This program will increase students’ understanding of the interconnectedness of human, animal, and environmental health and will help them define their roles as veterinarians in human health outcomes (public health).

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